The Joe Rogan Experience #1931 – Joe Rogan & Mike Glover

The Joe Rogan Experience is a podcast hosted by American comedian, presenter, and UFC color commentator Joe Rogan. It launched on December 24, 2009, on YouTube by Rogan and comedian Brian Redban, who was its sole co-host and producer until 2012 when Jamie Vernon was hired to co-produce. Vernon would eventually take over production. By 2015, it was one of the world’s most popular podcasts, regularly receiving millions of views per episode. also including a wide array of guests, including business magnate Elon Musk, whistleblower Edward Snowden, and Senator Bernie Sanders. Since December 2020, the podcast has been exclusively available on Spotify

Joe Rogan & Mike Glover

Mike Glover

Mike Glover spent 18-years in the US Army and as a government contractor for OGA. He served as a SGM in Special Forces in various positions and deployed multiple times to combat theaters. He is an expert in Counter-Terrorism, Security, and Crisis Management Operations and is the host of the Fieldcraft Survival Podcast on iTunes, and Soundcloud. He is an avid outdoorsman, overland enthusiast, traveler, and hunter. He has a bachelor's degree in Homeland Security and resides in Heber City, UT where he is the CEO of Fieldcraft Survival. Find the books mentioned in Mike Glover's conversation with Joe Rogan below.

Books Mentioned in JRE #1931 - Joe Rogan & Mike Glover:

Book Title: Trible – On Homecoming and Belonging

Author: Sebastian Junger

Book Title: Survival Psychology

Author: John Leach

Book Title: Prepared – A Manual for Surviving Worst Case Scenarios

Author: Mike Glover

Book Title: The Comfort Crisis – Embrace Discomfort to Reclaime your Wild, Happy, Healthy Self

Author: Michael Easter

Book Title: Dopamine Nation – Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence

Author: Anna Lembke, MD

Book Title: The Unthinkable – Who Survives When Disaster Strikes, and Why

Author: Amanda Ripley

Joe Rogan: Mike Glover - A Troubling Mislabeling

In a thought-provoking episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Joe Rogan sat down with Mike Glover to explore a deeply concerning situation Glover faced: being falsely labeled as a potential domestic terrorist by the government. This revelation brought forth a myriad of questions about the implications, the reasons behind such a drastic labeling, and the broader consequences of such actions.

The Unraveling: How Glover Got Labeled

The journey to understanding how Mike Glover landed on this troubling list began with the name Kyle Seraphin, an FBI agent who leaked documents identifying “militant violent extremists.” Through these documents, Glover’s name was highlighted, leading to a whirlwind of confusion, shock, and disbelief. With these revelations coming to light just six months prior to the conversation, the wound was fresh, and the ramifications were still unfolding.

Glover's Perspective and The Impact

Mike Glover’s take on this mislabeling provides a window into the challenges and emotional toll such a situation can have on an individual. While the exact reasons leading to this label were not fully detailed in the snippet, it’s clear that such a false label can wreak havoc on an individual’s life, reputation, and overall well-being. Moreover, it raises questions about the procedures and checks in place to ensure that such mislabelings do not occur.


The conversation between Joe Rogan and Mike Glover sheds light on the delicate balance between national security and the potential for mistakes in labeling individuals. While it’s imperative to identify genuine threats, the consequences of false labels can be deeply damaging. As Glover’s story underscores, there’s an urgent need for transparency, accuracy, and due diligence in such critical matters to ensure that innocent individuals do not bear the brunt of errors.